By emliv12 - 25/05/2012 07:07 - Australia - Melbourne
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#1 you can wash your clothing you know. I wear a new set every day. Imagine if I had to buy new clothing on a daily basis o.o
71 and 86 - a lot of stores don't make you wear company shirts. For instance, Target's dress code is any red shirt without a logo and khakis or a skirt. Walmart employees can wear any blue shirt. So if OP works at a store like that, and her favorite shirt is the right color, she could easily wear it to every shift. Also, she never says she works every day.
I'm not sure if OP showers everyday, but uh this smelly shirt problem could have been avoided if she took one RIGHT BEFORE every shift... Seems to me she thinks that she can just throw on deodorant and be good to go, eh no. OP YOU NEED TO SHOWER BEFORE APPLYING DEODORANT!!! CAUTION; YOU WILL STILL REEK IF YOU DON'T SHOWER. Deodorant will only cover up for your lack of self cleanliness for so long...
Or combine the two methods: wash the shirt after each wear and shower before each shift. Deodorant alone won't handle all life's problems. OP, maybe you could try an anti-perspirant as well. Some people do have stronger than average body odour. If that's the case, you should have two identical shirts in rotation and get special cleanser (my friend makes a spray with baking soda and other things) that breaks down enzymes or something before washing with regular detergent. I'm no expert; google it.
Get a new favorite shirt OP.
At least it came from your grandma and not your boss, eh?